English, Article edition: FROM KNOWLEDGE TO WISDOM: ON BEING INFORMED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE, BECOMING WISE AND ETHICAL MILAN ZELENY

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  • FROM KNOWLEDGE TO WISDOM: ON BEING INFORMED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE, BECOMING WISE AND ETHICAL
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  • MILAN ZELENY
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  • In this paper from the Xiangshang Forum 2006, we propose the Wisdom project, an international network initiative on developing the next generation of management and entrepreneurial systems based on knowledge and wisdom rather than data and information. This is a major challenge especially for China which must aspire to become wise and ethical rather than just efficient or effective. Major topics of the project include knowledge management, wisdom systems, added value measures, entrepreneurial university, and management as a profession. These topics are the key ones for developing sustainable competitive advantage of any globally aspiring economy or enterprise.
  • Knowledge society, management systems, knowledge management, wisdom, wisdom systems, added value, entrepreneurial university, human systems management, outsourcing, global sourcing, integration strategy, DIKWE
  • RePEc:wsi:ijitdm:v:05:y:2006:i:04:p:751-762
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